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Vettor Pisani (1324 – 13 August 1380) was a Venetian admiral. He was in command of the Venetian fleet in 1378 during the war against the Genoese, whom he defeated off Capo d'Anzio; subsequently he recaptured Kotor, Šibenik and Rab, which had been seized by the Croatians and Hungarians, the allies of the Genoese. But the Genoese fleet completely defeated Pisani at Pula in May 1379, and on his return to Venice he was thrown into prison. Pisani died in 1380 while on his way to Manfredonia with a squadron to ship provisions. He is buried in Basilica of San Giovanni e Paolo, Venice.

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  • Morì durante una campagna navale contro i genovesi, a pochi mesi dalla fine della guerra di Chioggia, stroncato da una malattia.
  • Vettor Pisani (né en 1324 à Venise et mort le 13 août 1380 à Manfredonia) est un amiral vénitien.
  • Витторио Пизани (итал. Vettor Pisani; 1324, Венеция — 13 августа 1380, Манфредония) — венецианский адмирал, командующий венецианским флотом во время войны Кьоджи.
  • Vettor Pisani (1324 – 13 August 1380) was a Venetian admiral. He was in command of the Venetian fleet in 1378 during the war against the Genoese, whom he defeated off Capo d'Anzio; subsequently he recaptured Kotor, Šibenik and Rab, which had been seized by the Croatians and Hungarians, the allies of the Genoese. But the Genoese fleet completely defeated Pisani at Pula in May 1379, and on his return to Venice he was thrown into prison. Pisani died in 1380 while on his way to Manfredonia with a squadron to ship provisions. He is buried in Basilica of San Giovanni e Paolo, Venice.
  • Vettor Pisani (* 1324; † 1380) war ein venezianischer Admiral. 1378 befehligte Pisani die venezianische Flotte in der Seeschlacht bei Anzio, wo er die Genuesen schlug. Danach eroberte er Cattaro, Sebenico und Arbe, das von den mit Genua verbündeten Ungarn besetzt worden war. Im Mai 1379 unterlag Pisani den Genuesen in der Seeschlacht bei Pola, weswegen er in seiner Heimatstadt ins Gefängnis geworfen wurde. Als die Genuesen im Chioggia-Krieg Venedig bedrohten, forderte das Volk seine Freilassung. Seine Statue ist Nr. 14 auf dem Prato della valle Padua.
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  • Vettor Pisani (1324 – 13 August 1380) was a Venetian admiral. He was in command of the Venetian fleet in 1378 during the war against the Genoese, whom he defeated off Capo d'Anzio; subsequently he recaptured Kotor, Šibenik and Rab, which had been seized by the Croatians and Hungarians, the allies of the Genoese. But the Genoese fleet completely defeated Pisani at Pula in May 1379, and on his return to Venice he was thrown into prison. The enemy now pressed home their victory, and besieged and captured Chioggia, whereby Venice itself was in danger. The people thereupon demanded the liberation of Pisani, in whose skill they had the fullest confidence. The government gave way and appointed the aged commander admiral of the fleet once more. Through his able strategy and daring he recaptured Chioggia, defeated the Genoese and threatened Genoa itself until that republic agreed to peace terms. Pisani died in 1380 while on his way to Manfredonia with a squadron to ship provisions. He is buried in Basilica of San Giovanni e Paolo, Venice. Several ships have borne his name, including Vettor Pisani, an armored cruiser built in the 1890s and the submarine Vettor Pisani, which operated during World War II. His statue is No.14 on Prato della valle Padua. The home of Vettor Pisani is supposed to be the building in which now is the Hotel Saturnia.
  • Vettor Pisani (* 1324; † 1380) war ein venezianischer Admiral. 1378 befehligte Pisani die venezianische Flotte in der Seeschlacht bei Anzio, wo er die Genuesen schlug. Danach eroberte er Cattaro, Sebenico und Arbe, das von den mit Genua verbündeten Ungarn besetzt worden war. Im Mai 1379 unterlag Pisani den Genuesen in der Seeschlacht bei Pola, weswegen er in seiner Heimatstadt ins Gefängnis geworfen wurde. Als die Genuesen im Chioggia-Krieg Venedig bedrohten, forderte das Volk seine Freilassung. Im Februar 1380 schlug er die genuesische Flotte Luciano Dorias im Kanal von Brontolo und eroberte dann im Juni nach schweren Kämpfen Chioggia zurück. Pisani begründete damit Venedigs Vorherrschaft im Mittelmeer. Er starb noch im Jahr 1380 an einer Krankheit und wurde mit allen Ehren in der Kirche von S. Antonio in Venedig beigesetzt. Jahrhunderte später verwüsteten die Truppen Napoleons die Kirche, weswegen sich sein Grab heute in der Kirche SS. Giovanni e Paolo befindet. Seine Statue ist Nr. 14 auf dem Prato della valle Padua.
  • Morì durante una campagna navale contro i genovesi, a pochi mesi dalla fine della guerra di Chioggia, stroncato da una malattia.
  • Vettor Pisani (né en 1324 à Venise et mort le 13 août 1380 à Manfredonia) est un amiral vénitien.
  • Витторио Пизани (итал. Vettor Pisani; 1324, Венеция — 13 августа 1380, Манфредония) — венецианский адмирал, командующий венецианским флотом во время войны Кьоджи.
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